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mick13/11/2008 21:15:00
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i am  just  finishing a perkasa  at the moment  i will post 

pictures of the finished 1/32 perkasa soon  mick

ashley needham14/11/2008 21:22:00
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Mick. What a truly great and classic "pt boat" picture , eh ? I dare say you will take one just like it of your Perkasa when its finished???    Ashley
Mike Davidson15/11/2008 22:25:00
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  You do realise that there was an HMS Sabre and an HMS Cutlass too don't you, ?Pretty little boats they were too and most impressive at speedI remember well when some junior Lieutenant drove one into the jetty at Guernsey or Jersey....... I have seen all three of them moored alongside in the Portland naval base where I used to go dinghy sailing whilst I was serving at the Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton. Those were the days, I loved it but I was into model aircraft at that time, I remember well trying to get a twin engined model Mosquito airborne, it drove me to drink

mick16/11/2008 17:46:00
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hiya ashley

just put the pictures of  the perkasa  in the gallery  just the  flag and  figures to go  on 

hope you like it   just  got too try it yet  it should look better with some figures  on 


ashley needham16/11/2008 20:52:00
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Mick. nice one. Will look great with some chaps on it. One can only won der what the release of just one torpedo did for the stability of the boat?? perhaps they would have to  release two at a time. Ashley
mick17/11/2008 18:02:00
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hiya ashley

i agree with you on the torpedos i presume they would have to drop two a once as they went

over the side of the boat they probably  had to line up the boat  as well  in the direction of the 

target  speak soon mick

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